Saad Law has handled over 100,000 criminal charges in Wake County and devotes their practice to defending citizens who are the subject of criminal charges, both in the DWI arena and all other areas of criminal law. Steven Saad spent years as a Supervisor in the Wake County District Attorney's Office where he oversaw the prosecution of every DWI, misdemeanor, and traffic case charged in Raleigh and the surrounding cities. Now that experience is put to work for his current clients.
Saad Law also represents defendants charged with an array of traffic violations and provides the best opportunity to reduce the chances of insurance increases, the loss of a driver's license, and other penalties. Wake County clients receive the full attention and legal know how of an experienced Wake County criminal defense lawyer and former prosecutor.
The team at Saad Law combines their vast criminal defense experience with their specific Wake County legal practice experience. This allows them to provide all clients a case-specific form of representation so their particular needs are met in the most beneficial manner possible.
Steven Saad has personally handled over 100,000 Wake County criminal cases ranging from traffic matters to murder. Put that experience to work for you and your defense today.
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Traffic Tickets
- Domestic Violence
- White Collar Crime
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Happy to offer one hour free consultations by phone or in person.
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All major credit cards excepted.
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Discounted representation for students and military.
- North Carolina
- English: Spoken, Written
- Assistant District Attorney, District Court Supervisor
- Wake County District Attorney's Office
- Held positions as District Court Supervisor, Special DWI Prosecutor, Special Probation Violation Prosecutor, Special Appeals Prosecutor, and Felony Drug Prosecutor.
- Campbell Law School
- J.D. (2018)
- North Carolina State University
- B.A. (2014)
- North Carolina State Bar # 38473
- Raising the Bar
- Midtown Magazine
- Campbell Career Night, Raleigh, NC
- Campbell Law School
- Top Attorney
- Saad Law
- Q. My son was 18 at the time and in high school having sex with a young lady that was 26 or 27 is that Romeo and Juliet law
- A: As far as the sexual conduct, the age of consent in NC is 16. You could obviously get the police involved if you can substantiate that she has been providing alcohol to your son. The marijuana is still illegal at any age, and you could also get the authorities involved for that possible crime. Consider other alternatives though; your son will most likely find himself charged too if you go this route.
- Q. If you are accused of shoplifting how long does that store have to serve you a no trespassing order can they wait severa
- A: Asking that someone accused of shoplifting not be allowed into a private business really has no connection to the criminal charge. The owner or manager could in essence trespass that person years after the criminal case is resolved.
- Q. 20yearold DWI, .08, never pled guilty. never been in trouble with the law. whats the first step? I need my license
- A: Your first step should be to contact an attorney in the county where the charge originated. Different counties handle this scenario in different ways. For example, Wake County would force you to plead guilty before you could start the process of getting back your license. Other counties may dismiss it based on how the limitations statute was written back then. Either way, you need an experienced DWI attorney FROM THAT COUNTY...